Isebel let out yet another frustrated sigh, that I had been so tired of hearing all morning. She pulled off the sensors from my wrists and tossed them into the lab. After she grabbed her coat and her phone, we nearly had to run to keep up with Markus. We followed him around the other side of the mess hall to the garage. For as small of a building as it was on the outside, the inside space was used super efficiently to pack in more cars and vans than it should have.
I narrowly avoided two other vans full of people that sped off out of the camp. The third and final van was already running and poised to speed off just like the others. I climbed in after Markus and Isebel. Before I shut the door behind me, Isebel spoke up.
“I request that we leave Evzen at the base. He's unpredictable and can't protect himself much less consistently control his mana.”
“Evzen?” Markus aske